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Kia Niro

  • tickChoice of electrified power systems
  • tickMassive seven-year warranty
  • tickGood value for money

Kia Niro SUV (2019 - )

The Kia Niro is an entirely-electrified SUV that comes as either a hybrid, plug-in hybrid or fully electric vehicle. As well as the green credentials that this brings, it also means considerable fuel and tax savings over non-electrified rivals. It's decent to drive, well made and has a stonking seven-year warranty, as well as being loaded with equipment as standard. The electric e-Niro is particularly impressive, but all Niros are well worth checking out.
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Kia Niro running costs

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Your running costs will vary depending on which version of the Kia Niro you buy. With a hybrid, plug-in hybrid and full electric version available, there are also no shortage of different rivals too. The hybrid version comes in slightly cheaper than the equivalent Toyota C-HR, although it has more power and will likely cost virtually the same to run over several years.

The plug-in hybrid Niro lines up against cars such as the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, which is more expensive to buy and, according to official estimates, won’t give you such good mileage for your electricity spend. Overall, we’d expect the Kia to be cheaper to run.

The electric e-Niro has few direct rivals, although you could make the case for electric cars as varied as the Nissan Leaf, Tesla Model 3 and BMW i3 being cars that potential customers could also consider. The i3 will cost you about the same to buy and run as the Kia, but while you get a premium badge and funky design with it, you also get far less space. Tesla’s Model 3 costs more to buy, but has very strong resale values which make it very attractive financially.

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Electric and hybrids

Whether you’re ready to go 100% electric, or want to test the waters with a petrol/diesel hybrid, these vehicles will help you save money on fuel and reduce CO2 emissions.

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